3 THAI STREET FOOD DISHES ON 1 STREET

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Today I headed to Soi Sukon 1 near Hua Lamphong Station in Bangkok to sample three tourist-friendly (but still authentic) Thai street food dishes on o...

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Today I headed to Soi Sukon 1 near Hua Lamphong Station in Bangkok to sample three tourist-friendly (but still authentic) Thai street food dishes on one street.

I had Khao Moo Daeng (barbecue mixed perk on rice) at Si Morokot, Moo Satay (pork satay) at Chong Kee Pork Satay and Bamee Tom Yum Haeng (sour and hot dry egg noodles) at Trok Rung Moo Noodle.

Bangkok's Chinatown can be a bit overwhelming if it's your first time in Bangkok as it's so big, so I thought I'd do some videos to help break it down into sections so you can get some awesome street food wherever you go.

Prices:

Khao Moo Daeng - 50 THB (£1.00 / $1.50)

Moo Satay - 80 THB (£1.75 / $2.35)

Bamee Tom Yum - 65 THB (£1.40 / $1.95)

Directions and opening times:

Si Morokot: https://goo.gl/maps/kg6XuVAVmx972ChL6

Chong Kee: https://goo.gl/maps/CmdcDpYzjadBKycX6

Trok Rung: https://goo.gl/maps/naamNpLD27QW9L5DA

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